|Voyelles by Arthur Rimbaud set to music for men's voices and alto soloists - David W Solomons (dwsolo)|
Setting by David W Solomons of Rimbaud's poem Voyelles: (AATBarBB) See pdf for score. See ogg Vorbis file for a performance of the piece by the composer (multitracking) For a video of this piece see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCWS-Qho9ec A noir, E blanc, I rouge, U vert, O bleu : voyelles, Je dirai quelque jour vos naissances latentes : A, noir corset velu des mouches éclatantes Qui bombinent autour des puanteurs cruelles, Golfes d'ombre ; E, candeur des vapeurs et des tentes, Lances des ...
Keywords: rimbaud; voyelles; synaesthesia; synesthesia; men's voices; alto; countertenor; impressionism; multitrack
|The Park on Sunday for choir - David W Solomons (dwsolo)|
Choral description of a hot Sunday in Loughborough Park. Poem by Stanley N Solomons, music by David W Solomons. There are two versions (pdf files), one for men's voices (AABarBB) and one for mixed choir (SSATB). The composer made a recording of the men's voices version which can be heard in the ogg file or on this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm5SSlp0bjY
Keywords: loughborough; park; hot; fat; pink; boyoes; poem; choral; choir; multitrack; men's voices; mixed choir; membrane
|Canticula Ursae Minoris - a Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis based on themes from the Poohratorio - David W Solomons (dwsolo)|
Many decades ago I, David W Solomons, wrote "The Poohratorio" - a children's cantata based on The Expotition to the North Pole from A A Milne's Now we are six (Winnie the Pooh). Note: This was many years before the Disney film: the melodies are all original and nothing to do with the Disney film (which I have never seen). Due to copyright problems with the estate of A A Milne, the cantata itself will become available only after 2031, when the works of AA Milne go into public domain by law, but m...
Keywords: canticles; pooh; milne; winnie; magnificat; nunc dimittis; men's voices; double choir; leitmotifs; eeyore; piglet; roo; christopher robin; violin; viola; cello; children; cantata; liturgical; score